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    Upland Almanac Autumn 2019

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    Upland Almanac Autumn 2019

    799.2 - From: The Upland Equation, South Dakota Pheasant Hunting at 100: The Conservation Connection, The Scout: 2019, Enought to Make a Preacher Swear, Texas Shorgrass: One Man’s Quest to Restore the Prairie, I Can’t Look Back, Day’s End, and much more.

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    Greetings

    column by: John C. Gosselin

    Well, my friends, here we are! Pretty soon our favorite bird- hunting seasons will be here. Whatever your upland bird of choice is, I hope you have an eventful and safe hunting season. ...Read More >

     

    Dreams . . . Delivered

    Dog: Ox, German shorthaired pointer
    column by: Staff

    Ox, 4 months old, shows interest towards a pen-raised quail just out of frame. ...Read More >

     

    Flushes & Noteworthy Points

    column by: Staff

    As South Dakota prepares for a second century of pheasant hunting, Gov. Kristi Noem signed the pheasant habitat funding law. ...Read More >

     

    For the Birds

    Backcountry Hunters & Anglers, NBCI, NAGP, RGS/AWS, Woodcock Limited, Pheasants Forever
    column by: Staff

    Bird hunting is generational. From the guns we shoot to the dogs we chase, each aspect of upland hunting carries with it a sense of past and future. To many, this tradition seems perpetual and unchanging. Yet upland hunters recognize that there are clear and present threats to our pastime. ...Read More >

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